COMMITTEE:    Business & Commerce 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Tuesday, April 25, 2017 

PLACE:        E1.016 (Hearing Room) 
CHAIR:        Senator Kelly Hancock 



To consider the following:


SB 453        Hancock                
Relating to the interests of certain holding companies in certain repair facilities.

SB 654        Seliger                
Relating to the participation of an advanced practice registered nurse as a primary care or network provider for certain governmental and other health benefit plans.

SB 915        Hughes                 
Relating to captive insurance companies.

SB 1023       Nelson                 
Relating to the confidentiality of personal identifying information collected by certain airport governing boards.

SB 1285       Creighton              
Relating to certain information or assistance provided by life insurance agents to owners of life insurance policies.

SB 1363       Uresti                 
Relating to diaper changing stations in restrooms in buildings operated by a governmental entity.

SB 1530       Estes                  
Relating to the regulation of persons and business activities subject to regulation by certain finance agencies.

SB 1835       Estes                  
Relating to names of domestic and foreign filing entities for transacting business in this state; creating an offense.

SB 1920       Kolkhorst              
Relating to electric industry market power rules.

SB 2005       Watson                 
Relating to the transfer of jurisdiction over and management of the property known as the French Legation to the Texas Historical Commission and to certain historic sites under the commission's jurisdiction.

SB 2067       Hancock                
Relating to the financial exploitation of certain vulnerable adults.

SB 2178       Huffines               
Relating to judicial review of certain regulations that apply to state licensees.

SB 2203       Hancock                
Relating to the business of title insurance.

SB 2210       Hancock                
Relating to requirements for updating information provided by certain health benefit plans through the Internet.

SB 2211       Hancock                
Relating to a demonstration program for real-time processing of workers' compensation authorizations of payment for medical services and medical bills.

HB 89         King, Phil | et al.     SP: Creighton
Relating to state contracts with and investments in companies that boycott Israel.

Pending Business


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Bills added after last posting:

HB 89


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